As we enter this Holy Week before Easter, it's been four weeks since our congregation has been able to meet in person for worship, and there's no telling how long this coronavirus pandemic will last, or how many more weeks we may need to worship apart at home. While we wait, I'm grateful that here … Continue reading A Story of Faith, Family, and Forgiveness
It's always a blessing to hear from readers, to know that my words on a printed page or a computer screen actually connect with someone else. So I was glad to hear from Twitter friend Kate Morgan that she was inspired by this post to put together her own "To Don't" list. She's an educator, writer, … Continue reading I don’t overlook even the smallest crumbs of joy or forgiveness
Last Saturday I went looking for the Sacred Fire that had been burning day and night throughout the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) National Event. After so much hard listening, it was a relief to leave the main TRC building and walk silently toward the centre of the site where the Sacred Fire had been burning day and night.
Video trailer, Muffins for Granny, and a prayer for healing -- for residential school survivors and their families, and for all of us.
14 photos. Highlights of my visit to Coventry Cathedral, ending with the Litany of Reconciliation.
"Forgiveness is when you can look at someone who has hurt you, and still feel peace inside." Inspiration and reflection on the Mayor's Prayer Breakfast--vestige of Christendom or missional?
Last week, I posted on Facebook: "Les Mis--les merveilleux! Saw the matinee and felt like clapping." In lieu of clapping, I wrote this reflection on forgiveness, freedom, and the Spirit of God.